Today’s Headlines

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  • Maybe keep the mask on for now: Unvaccinated groups continue to see high infection rates (CalMatters)
  • It’s gonna be hot this week (SF Chronicle)
  • Youth climate march from Paradise arrives at Golden Gate Bridge (SF Chronicle)
  • What if we designed cities for the safety of people? (Globe and Mail)
  • We could have cheaper greener energy, but rate setting needs reform (CalMatters)
  • Infrastructure bill needs to be followed by a climate change bill (Forbes)
  • State of the Cities report: Infrastructure, public safety, pandemic recovery (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Orange County cities sue over state housing mandates (Voice of OC)
  • The problem with improving transportation but not access (Human Transit)
  • London uses road fees to tackle pollution, inequality (The City Fix)
  • Could rush hour actually change? (NY Times)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • High-speed rail to get back that federal money Trump took away – nearly $1 billion (Reuters, SF Chronicle)
  • Union-funded report shows investment in clean energy transition will create jobs (LA Times)
  • Exploring and testing fare-free transit (Pew)
  • What will it take to transform USDOT? (Transit Center)
  • City of Portland’s Streets Initiative is an under-the-radar, important planning process (Bike Portland)
  • Bill seeks to set carbon neutrality goal for California (Agri-Pulse)
  • We have to pay more attention to the wild things (New York Times)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Climate goals do not have to undermine a robust economy (Capitol Weekly)
  • Unions support high-speed rail (LA Times)
  • Fresno County approves local tax dollars to widen Highway 41 (KMPH)
  • The pitfalls of planning by bargaining (Planetizen)
  • Scary: Banks are outbidding potential residents on single family homes (UNC)
  • Report: California needs more than a million electric chargers (CA Energy Commission)
  • GM bargains for “flexibility” on auto emission standards (Reuters)
  • When is a cap on emissions not a cap? Under cap-and-trade (Energy at Haas)
  • Uber hikes fares, but drivers aren’t seeing any of that (Washington Post)
  • The (not-so-)hidden dangers of big trucks (Consumer Reports)
  • Ideal cities of the future look like cities without cars (Shift)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Long live old bikes (Outside)
  • Speed camera bill held, but still needed (Capitol Weekly)
  • Self-driving trucks are coming (The Drive)
  • Federal transportation bill needs to focus on the future (NRDC)
  • One of the arguments about the federal bill is how much funding should go to transit (SmartCitiesDive)
  • Everyone has to cross roads, so why aren’t pedestrians the focus of road safety? (The Conversation)
  • The joy of crossing paths with strangers (New Yorker)
  • Safety barriers going up on Highway 41 (Your Central Valley)
  • Eagle Rock set to get bus-only lanes, but arguments are not over (Mass Transit)

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